REVIEW: Samsung Series 9 Laptop [Part 2]





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Published on Aug 18, 2011


This is part two of a two-part review video of the Samsung Series 9 laptop (900X3A-A02CA). This is a thin and light laptop that goes head to head with the Macbook Air, though it costs a pretty penny doing so.

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(this is a lesser configuration)

It features an Intel Core i5 2537M CPU at 1.4 Ghz (3 MB cache), 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, a 256 GB SSD, and an Intel GMA HD GPU. The 13.3 inch screen is matte and 1366 x 768 in resolution. There are two 3 watt speakers and SRS 3D sound. The webcam is 1.3 megapixels, and there's a single microphone under the screen.

In addition to 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, there's a dongle that, when attached to the side, adds Gigabit Ethernet. Video output is solely mini HDMI (no adaptor is included in the box), and in addition to microphone/headphone jack, there one USB 3.0 port and one USB 2.0 port (one is an always-on charging port).

Samsung made the interesting - and wrong in my opinion - decision to go with a microSD card slot rather than a full-sized SD card slot.

The laptop has an internal, non-removable 6 cell (40 wHR) battery. The laptop is 2.88 pounds (1.31 kg) and measures 12.9" wide, 8.9" deep, and between 0.62" and 0.64" thick from front to back.

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